Facebook Scammer re: Morris Morgan - Scamalot
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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Lilburn, GA, United States
| Facebook Scammer re: Morris Morgan Contacted me on FB. We exchanged emails for about 3 weeks. Said he lived in Tampa, FL. Said he had been awarded a contract by the govt. to do some road work in Benin. About a week later he supposedly left for Benin. Had to get equipment from China. Need money to get it out of customs. Didn\'t take enough money to cover all his expenses. Could not access his bank acct. in that country and his credit card did not work there. All his documents were stolen and needed money to retrieve his passport and documents. Needed money to pay for food and living. Supposedly kidnapped by some village people saying he destroyed there land so he had to trade his airline ticket in to get money to pay the village people. Then needed money to return to the U.S. I was definitely scammed. I sent money by Western Union. Telephone Numbers I have from the country Benin are: 229 68 68 09 21, 229 67 63 06 85, 229 68 42 28 53. Someone else that contacted me on his behalf when he was held hostage was Adrian Nwokeji (firstname.lastname@example.org). Gave me a website to his bank acct. GIFSB which has been suspended now but I was able to at one time to access it. Sent me a picture of a page of his bank acct., an American passport, a check from Wells Fargo that was supposedly issued to him for his work.|
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